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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 28, 1913, Image 8

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in fronts of. 'street car operated -by
his chum, P. J. Hirsch.
. DuPage county officials deny that
Henry Spencer offered to sell his
body "for $100.
Forty-five men arrested on suspi
cion, of having held up Prince Paul
de Clairmont.
Jewish women's organizations of
Chicago passed protest aaginst trial
of Mendel Beilis.
M. G. Newton, 744 W. 43d st., killed
by fall downstairs in front of 822
Exchange avenue.
Austin Hogers, 40, 161 N. Carpen
ter st, probably fatally burned by
gasoline stove explosion. -
Gorman Warmer, roomer at 125 W.
Illinois st., went to bed smoking
cigarette. Fire. $300 damage.
Countyreasurer W. L. O'Connell
says he hasn't thought of .becoming
candidate .for mayor.
When street car merger goes into
effect President Leonard Busby, Chi
cago City Railways Co., will become
big traction boss.
August Orloff, 2956 Throop st., in
jured when thrown from his wagon
seat arter collision with train.
Arthur. Monfess, 215 Whiting st.,
robbed of $11, gold watch and over
coat by, two armed men.
Bureau of streets and bureau of
sewers may be consolidated.
Gustav Bartnick, wealthy grain
merchant, arrested after his auto
bumped into street car.
, 18,000 tons of garbage uncollected
in Chicago alleys.
SAYS MINERS, ARE FIRM
"Calumet, Mich., Oct. 28. Stories
to the effect that-the 1600 striking
miners iad. agreed to waive recogni
tion of he union, higher .wages and
shorter hours .and return to work on
the promise of the mine operators
that federation members would not
be discriminated against is denied by
C. E. Mahoney, vice-president of the
Western Federation of .Miners, who
declared the union miners are stand
ingjfirm. in, their demands, which in
plude recognition of the union.
' ' IF . r - . U
By Berton Brajey.
If I had million dollars
And you had a million, too,
I'd buy you a lovely diamond ring
And thenl would marry you;
And we would be very happy,
With all of our wants in reach,
If I had a million,
You had a million,
We had a million each!
If I had a million dollars r
And you had a 'million, too,
We'd ;ride in a flock of limosines '
And live on the avenue;
Our ways would be very haughty,
Our clothes the latest screech,
If you had a million,
I had a million,
We had a million each!
If I had a million dollars
And you had a million, too,
There's a thousand places we would
" go
And a million things we'd do;
The summer we'd spend at Newport,
The winter at gay Palm Beach,
If I had a million.
YoU had a million,
We had a million each!
If I had a million dollars ' -
And you had a million, too,
We couldn't love each other more
Than now when our coins arefew;
So I guess we are just as happy
As if we had wealth in reach,
And you had a million,
I had a million,
We had a million each!
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An Arherican merchant discovered
that a man had been falsely repre
senting himself as a collector for the
firm, and taking more money than
any two of the firm's agents. "And
so," said the merchant to .the police,
"I want him collared as quickly as
possible." Detective All 'right. Ill
have him in jail in less than a week.
Merchant Great Scott, man! I don't
want him put in jail; I want to. en
gage him. -
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